Lotza clackin' all over the news about the Harvey Weinstein secks scandal of 2017.
So I figured I'd throw my $.02 in.
What I'm about to say will piss some people off.
Good. Never been one for political correctness.
Plus, it's always amusing to watch peeps take offense on matters that don't concern them personally in the least.
So let's get going...
First, I gotta ask these women who cry wolf over Weinstein's conduct years (even 20+ years) later...
What do you expect will happen when you go to some guy's hotel room for "an interview" or to "hang out" at 2 am?
Especially with someone who has a reputation leveraging his industry power for sexual satisfaction (consensual or otherwise)?
The same guy known for trading money/fame for sex in his "casting sessions" where he greets women in his bathrobe...
And when it's common knowledge it's not who you know but who you blow - for both men and women - in Hollyweird...
You expect a heartfelt discussion about world peace walking into his room?
Now, if Weinstein (or any man) forces himself on a woman, that's different. A crime for which he should be locked away for a long time.
But if a woman goes to a man's room, and consents, and later has buyer's remorse...
That is not a crime.
That's just recognition that she probably made a mistake, now regrets it.
It only takes common sense to avoid getting involved in complicated situations that could put your health or life at risk. Too bad common sense is in short supply these days...
You don't walk through Compton alone on a Friday night all decked out in jewelry and Rolex.
That's asking for trouble. If you're that dumb or gullible to begin with, you deserve what's coming to you.
How does that differ from going to hotel rooms, meeting with a known perv in a bathrobe at night?
Only difference is that in the former case, getting mugged in the slum flashing your wealth draws zero headlines. And even less sympathy from the public.
Whereas the latter involves playing victim on social media, complaining with that #metoo bullshyte, milking every last drop of sympathy you can.
Second, any of these women could have decided to become a teacher, doctor, scientist, or any other profession that contributes to society.
Instead, they chose to pursue acting.
And for some, their desire to become a star overrode their gut instinct to run away from Weinstein.
Weinstein leveraged his power to get sex and these women leveraged their sex appeal to advance their careers. It was a business transaction. One that has been happening since before recorded history.
So let's not pretend how awful it was to spread for Weinstein or some other fat, unattractive producer. There are many women for whom it was a momentary unpleasantness on the way to a pot of gold.
Contrast that with the women who turned down Weinstein's advances, were not offered a role in his movies, never got a chance to appear on the big screen.
You don't put out to get ahead in Hollywood, become a rich and famous woman, then get to be a victim.
These women knew what they were doing and benefited from it.
They used the "casting couch" culture of Hollyweird to advance their career.
And were rewarded with money and fame.
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